Page B8— The Brownsville States-Graphic, Thursday, October 28, 2010
TENNderCare hosts poster contest for Child Health Week Two Sunny Hill students got the chance to be awarded recently for their artistic talents. TENNderCare held a poster contest for Child Health Week. Students had to draw a poster that would promote Child Health Week using the theme “Healthy Youth, Healthy Future” with the following topics in mind: Healthy eating, exercise, dental visits, getting shots and doctor visits. The contest was also made possible thanks to Sharon ThorntonCoordinated School
Health for the Haywood County School System, A& B Printing Services, Haywood County Health Department and Domino’s Pizza. D o m i n o ’ s donated three gift certificates for the winner and two gift certificates for the runner-up, which totaled five large pizzas. A & B printing donated 250 or 300 color copies of the poster to go on the pizza boxes. The contest called in Brownsville Mayor Jo Matherne and Haywood County Mayor Franklin Smith to judge the
posters, along with Health Educator Cindy Wilkins. The winner was Shimya Harper. Emmy Parker was the runnerup. TENNderCare is a program of check ups and health care services for children who have TennCare. The program provides free check ups, free dental check up and services, medical dental treatment and behavioral health services. If you’d like to learn more, call the Family Assistance Service Center at 1-866-311-4287.
TENNdercare staff member Jamie Bond and Bev Godfrey.
Domino’s donated three gift certificates for the winner and two gift certificates for the runner-up. From left, Health Educator Cindy Wilkins, TENNdercare staff member Jamie Bond, Brownsville Mayor Jo Matherne, and Haywood County Mayor Franklin Smith.
From left, TENNdercare staff member Jamie Bond, Assistant Principal Jacqueline Whitten and Principal Don Sims. Not pictured Coordinator School Health Sharon Thornton.
The contest winners were Shimya Harper-1st Place and Emmy Parker-2nd Place. They are 5th grade students in Ms. Kathleen Holmes’ class.
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